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Jefferson County,
Missouri
Est. 1818
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TO VIEW A SAMPLE BALLOT:

 

Click - "View My Sample Ballot"  - This link will show the sample ballot for the address you have provided.



 

TO VERIFY THAT YOUR ARE PROPERLY REGISTERED AT YOUR CURRENT ADDRESS:

 

Click - "Check My Registration & View My Sample Ballot"  - Verify your Voter Registration Status and View your sample ballot.

 

Please read the following instructions before proceeding:

 

You must enter your information exactly as requested by this site.

 

(Tip: Use your election notice as a guide on how information is to be entered.)

 

For example:  

   DO enter your legal first name (Bob=Robert, etc..),

   DO enter your last name.

   DO enter ONLY the name of your street,

   DO NOT include north, south, east, or west.

   DO NOT include Blvd, St, Lane, Rd, Trail, etc. at the end of your street name.

   DO enter your birth date using 'slashes' not 'hyphens'.

            (For example: 08/16/1946 NOT 8-16-46). 

 

The link above will send you to the Secretary of State's master voter registration list.

Please contact us directly if you are not able to access the data base.

 

If you are interested in a generic list of all candidates who will appear on the

ballot click - "View All Candidates"

 

If you are having trouble with either link, please contact us at: 636-797-5486 


Randy B. Holman 

Jefferson County Clerk

 


Did you know? The City of De Soto was established in 1857 as a stop on along

the Iron Mountain Railroad and was named after the great explorer Hernando De Soto.

The De Soto railroad car-shop employs hundreds of people and is De Soto's

largest industrial employer. De Soto is nicknamed the 'Fountain City' because

of the many artesian wells that provided the incentive for families to settle in the area.

Governor Jeremiah 'Jay' Nixon is a native of the City of De Soto.